Dana discusses American Heart Month (February) and is joined by Dr. Ramon Thomas of the Lexington Clinic to further discuss ways to keep a healthy heart.
On this episode Dana is joined by Lezell Lowe representing Phi Beta Sigma, BJ Carter representing Omega Psi Phi, Steve Mason representing Kappa Alpha Psi, and Coy Conner representing Alpha Phi Alpha to discuss their takes on fraternity life.
Dana is joined by the president of the Lexington chapter of the NAACP, William Saunders, to discuss recent civil rights issues.
Dana is joined by Tasha Sims representing Delta Sigma Theta, Shambra Mulder representing Sigma Gamma Rho, and Tiffany Tatum representing Zeta Phi Beta.
Dana discusses the Tamir Rice case and plays some of her favorite artists that you never get to hear on the radio.
On this episode Dana takes call-ins from listeners to find out how they celebrate Christmas.
Dana is joined by Nicole Stromberg to discuss her women’s devotional workbook, Alexandria’s Light.
On this episode Dana addresses Homelessness Prevention and talks with guest Charlie Lanter from the Fayette County Office of Homelessness Prevention and takes a call from Christy Brewer.
The first part in a series about staying fit through the holidays with guests Tara Johnson and Michael George of Exalted Fitness.
Dana talks with guest Police Chief Mark Barnard of the Lexington Police Department.